Should this "category" be continued?

Discussion in 'Class B Motorhomes' started by fjohn56, Aug 13, 2002.

  1. rjann

    rjann New Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    Hey Bettylu

    Add Chinook to that list of "B" motor homes for your research.

    Too late now though, I suspect.
     
  2. brodavid

    brodavid Senior Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    BRUNHIDLE, JOIN IN , I HAVE A PROVAN TIGER ,19'
    I get a few punches in the ribs about my toy, but I can watch them as I get in my toy and go just almost, anywhere.
    These forums are about learning and teaching, about the certain odor of deisel fumes and which is the best type of anything in the way of fixing it. Learn from the best the rv world has to offer, sometimes it takes a little time to get a answer, just be patience.
    Keep writing and asking, they will answer. THEY are the best.
    ALSO ADD PROVAN TIGER 4X4


    brodavid
     
  3. rjfboylan

    rjfboylan New Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    @fjohn56 (and others): Definitely not! Although we currently own a 40' diesel pusher, our statistics are much like @DL Rupper posted above. Drive the coach to an RV park and unhook the toad and drive where you really wanted to visit. That's why I'm currently looking at a used Chinook Concourse (ala @rjann, above). Our motorhome has solid walnut cabinetry which the wife loves while the cabinetry in the Chinook appears to be of the same high quality. It just feels good. :laugh: And we could drive it down a dirt road that I wouldn't even --consider-- in the coach :( The problem with the Class B is the same as going from a house to a Class A: what do you do with all the __stuff__? You dispose of it, what else?
     
  4. LakeConroePenny

    LakeConroePenny New Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    With the upward price of fuel, the Class B's are getting very popular. I think that the Class B forums will start to get busy. Happy Trails, Penny, TX. Coachmen Class B & TranStar B+.
     
  5. baskette

    baskette New Member

    RE: Should this "category" be continued?

    Why not?
     
  6. brodavid

    brodavid Senior Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    I loved my Provan and had to switch it for my wheelchair, sold it to my son and his lovely wife

    and Baskette, welcome to the forum
     
  7. Highlander

    Highlander New Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    YES continue this category! Any recommendations here for what to buy in a Class B - or what NOT to buy!
    hmmm "To buy or not to buy - that is the question"... :clown: - no WHAT to buy IS the question - and want to SOON :laugh:
     
  8. Highlander

    Highlander New Member

    Re: Should this "category" be continued?

    now looking at a Chinook - older, a 78 but only 76000 miles - fiberglass. How do these do when so old?
     
  9. mikencamping

    mikencamping New Member

    RE: Should this "category" be continued?

    Why not...? We love our Roadtrek we bought from Fretz RV. Its the perfect combination of a traveling vehicle and a camper. Try parking one of those Class A's in a city.
     
  10. mbarton557

    mbarton557 Junior Member

    I have had 4 and just bought my 5th one. I count on information from this site to get it going. Please do not cancel this category. More and more people are downsizing to class b's now days. Thanks
     
  11. mbarton557

    mbarton557 Junior Member

    Amen to that!
     
  12. Heapie

    Heapie Junior Member

    Should this "category" be continued?

    I would like to see Class B continue, thou there are other forums with more action. One reason is that class B's represent something like 8% of the total market. I just purchased a used 2002 Roadtrek 190 V for short money. I like it in that the MPG is about the best. You can hide it in the city or Walmarts' parking lots which cuts down your camp ground fees. Also it is easier to maintain and easy to drive. All these are good reasons to check it out.

    Heapie.
     

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